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Gold Medal Flour All-Purpose 2 lb

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Original price $2.44 - Original price $2.44
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$2.44
$2.44 - $2.44
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©2011 General Mills. Visit www.goldmedalflour.com for more great recipes. The red spoon promise: The red spoon is my promise of great taste, quality and convenience. This is a product you and your family will enjoy. I guarantee it. 1-800-345-2443 Mon. - Fri. 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM CT. www.bettycrocker.com General Mills, Box 200, Minneapolis, MN 55440 Betty Crocker. Gold Medal confidence: It all began in 1866, when C.C. Washburn began operating his first flour mill, which produced far more barrels of flour than area bakers needed and was nicknamed

All purpose means just that --our most versatile flour for any recipe that simply calls for "flour." Strong enough to take high-rising yeast breads to new heights. And mellow enough to make your family's favorite pie crust recipe to flaky perfection (even without sifting). Gold Medal All Purpose is made of the stuff you can trust. A blend of pure white hard and soft wheat so every bite looks and tastes its absolute best.

Gold Medal All-Purpose Flour 2.0 lb Bag. Gold Medal Confidence: It all began in 1866 when C.C. Washburn began operating his first flour mill, which produced far more barrels of flour than area bakers needed and was nicknamed "Washburn's Folly." Fourteen years later, Washburn entered his flour at the first Millers' International Exhibition in Cincinnati, Ohio, where it took the "Gold Medal" grand prize as well as the name of its esteemed award. Today, Gold Medal flour is America's best-selling flour, making "Washburn's Folly" a success. Gold Medal still mills its own flour, just as it did over 125 years ago, blending the best premium hard and soft wheats from the heartland, providing the Gold Medal difference and consistency that home bakers have counted on for generations.Cups per Pound: There are 3-1/3 cups of flour per pound and about 6-2/3 cups per 2-lb. bag.